Joe is pleased to reveal the title and cover art of his second novel: “When You Grow Up, You Can Be Anything (Within Reason).” It is the second novel in the Connor Reynolds series.
A release date has not yet been announced. A detailed synopsis can be found on the introductory book page. Like the first novel, it will be released both digitally and in paperback.
More information on the release will follow in the months ahead.
Joe is pleased to reveal the title and cover artwork of his newest collection of short stories. This is entitled “Great Moments in World Douchebag History,” and it forges its way into a new genre: fictional history.
No, not historical fiction. Fictional history.
Check out the book’s introductory page for more information on the story. A release date will be announced in the near future, along with information on where to find a copy.
This afternoon, Joe will be launching “The Content Mill” as a hub for all of his prepared content online.
From there, links to all online articles and published works can be found, but The Content Mill will also feature its own native content on a variety of different topics. It’s for those articles Joe has in his head but doesn’t have a blog on which to contain them. New articles are coming soon.
You may visit at contentmill.joemicik.com.
This Fall, Joe expects to release cover art and the titles of two new works: his themed short story compilation and his second full-length novel. More information and separate “book pages” will be launched well in advance of each release.
Joe Micik has released a new, free short story called “On My Terms.” It is available for free through Smashwords at the attached link, with other avenues to follow.
The short story falls within the “dark fiction” genre and is centered around a young woman in her mid-20s by the name of Emily. Her life is turned upside-down by an upsetting change in fortune, and with a broken dream in one hand and a knife in the other, she suffers a serious breakdown.
This is not a typical “Joe genre,” but nevertheless, the author wanted to branch out into a new style of writing as an experiment. With any luck, that experiment has paid off.
If you read this short story, please leave a review on the appropriate distributor’s website.
“I swore I’d never use this.”
-Joe Micik, before signing up for Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and now Pinterest
Because I’d like to share images and such with all of you, I figured that starting a Pinterest account would be the best option. I intended to distribute book flyers and publicize other images, such as funny images related to writing, but I figured that for every 500 flyers I made, 499 would probably end up in the trash. Putting it on Pinterest is cheaper and creates less waste.
Here’s the page: Joe Micik’s Pinterest.
The website for 0.00: Tales of the Sober Kid at College has been amended to include a more specific section for media requests. Those who would like to review the book for their publication, website, or blog may proceed here. Anyone who has general inquiries or would like to request a press kit can also follow the link.
Joe has begun work on his fifth short story, which is expected to be available for release in August. Its genre is unlike anything Joe has done before: dark fiction.
It is anticipated that this will be a free release. Check the site and Joe’s Twitter, @JoeMicik, for more updates.